Best Mexican Food Restaurants in Montrose According to Yelp
For a small town, Montrose does not lack great Mexican Food. I grew up in San Diego California, so I may know a thing or two about great Mexican Food. I have too many. Tacos for sure, then a great enchilada, and tamales are awesome too. Do you like your...
Multiple rounds of rain and snow continue through Wednesday
GRAND JUNCTION, Colo. (KKCO) - A couple of rounds of rain and mountain snow moved through the Western Slope yesterday, and there even more rain and snow on the way through the middle of the week. Timing. The morning started out foggy across the Grand Valley while things were dry...
KVNF Regional Newscast: March 21, 2023
The collapse of bank giants like Silicon Valley and Signature banks have filled the news over the last week, but a report from the Montrose Daily Press says the average account holder has nothing to worry about. According to a local chartered financial analyst and Colorado Mesa University Assistant, people with up to $250,000 in their accounts are protected by the Federal Deposit Insurance Corporation. The government corporation ensures that those with less than the deposit maximum would get their money back, even if something were to happen to their bank.
March 21, 2023 Forecast First
A dense fog advisory and winter storm warning are active this morning in the grand valley. Less than 1″ of rain accumulation can be expected in Grand Junction and Montrose, but the higher regions could get up to 15″ of snowfall.
MCSD March 2023 Golden Apple Award – Leah Appling
MONTROSE, Colo. (KREX) — Special education teachers play a critical role in helping students with disabilities succeed. Leah Appling, this month’s Montrose Golden Apple winner, has become a beloved figure at Johnson Elementary for her dedication to her students. Mrs. Leah is a teacher for students with significant support needs. While teaching kids always comes with some […]
The Right Stuff: If I Were the Devil
If you thought the school sex education curriculum in our schools was bad, wait until you hear about what happens after the final bell rings. In rural Paonia, some parents are organizing Colorado's first after school Satan Club. I'm not kidding, led by one of its “ordained Satanic Temple ministers.”
Airplane Liquor Bottles and Trash Around Montrose
I may somewhat be teasing about this subject. But seriously I take my little dog on a walk and see little liquor bottles every time. I live just a few blocks from Montrose Memorial Hospital. People always seem to be walking around my neighborhood. I had a friend I worked...
Gambles Work Wear – No Spangles or Sparkles Here
The farming and ranching families in the North Fork Valley are the backbone of our community, and there are many. For several years, folks needing everything from boots to boleros went to one place for all their western wear needs – Farmer Franks. Midway between Paonia and Hotchkiss, the iconic brown compound that became a destination was the go-to place until the doors were closed some years ago. Fortunately for farmers and families alike, Kim Shay, owner of Gambles Hardware in Hotchkiss, has decided to fill the void of the past few years. She has opened Gambles Work Wear in the old hardware store building her family has owned for many years, is stocking the shelves with a wide range of products, and is ready to serve her ranching neighbors.
Happy National Ag Day
Happy National Ag Day! We are grateful for the hard work of our producers. Agriculture is a vital part of our economy, community, and way of life. From the West End to Olathe to Maher and more, ag is everywhere in Montrose County. Montrose County is proud to invest in the producers of tomorrow with our Future Farmers Scholarships available for graduating seniors here: https://montrosecf.org/montrose-scholarships/
Proposed changes to Montrose junk ordinance
GRAND JUNCTION, Colo. (KKCO) - Montrose county held an open house meeting to discuss the proposed junk ordinance. The county is currently working on updating the junk ordinance from 2015. A few of the major changes proposed in this new ordinance are adding properties in the mobile home park zoning district, updated definitions for the terms junk, fence, and the word complaints.
Attention Livestock Owners — Wandering Livestock
Did you know that each day, Delta County dispatch receives reports of cows, horses, sheep or other livestock that get out into traffic on either a county road or state highway? Deputies and police officers are dispatched to help herd these animals off of the roadway so they don't get injured or cause an accident.
Drier and slightly warmer weekend
GRAND JUNCTION, Colo. (KJCT) - Drier conditions are continuing to settle in across the region today. Sunny to mostly sunny skies are expected across the region over the next couple of days. Morning clouds will continue to fade away over much of the Western Slope as we head into the...
Finishing off the week with a mix of sun and clouds
GRAND JUNCTION, Colo. (KJCT) - Skies will remain clear for the remainder of the day on Saturday and continue throughout the morning and afternoon hours on Sunday. Temperatures for our Sunday will stay in the lower fifties for Grand Junction and Montrose. By the evening hours, cloud cover will start to increase, which will usher in the next weather maker.
10 Highest Rated Montrose Hair Salons According to Yelp
One of the most challenging things for me when moving to a new area is finding a colorist/hairdresser. I admit I'm becoming a lot pickier about it. If my hair looks terrible, I'm just not happy. What are you looking for in a hairdresser?. One that listens, and understands your...
Community Hospital talks acute care services
GRAND JUNCTION, Colo. (KKCO) - If you’re looking for a place to go that isn’t the ER, acute care services is here for you. In relation to Community Hospital, acute care services has a clinic across from the CMU tennis courts that is open 7 days a week. Karen Martsolf, with Comunity Hospital, says, “we provide services for minor injuries and illnesses, so if someone is experiencing something very minor like sore throat, fever, or cough.”
Where Do You Workout in Montrose?
Winter is winding down, and Spring is on the way next week. Well, Colorado may start spring a little later. Have you worked out over the winter? I don't know about you, but the winter makes me the laziest. Do you still go to the gym in the winter months?
Meat In Day – Burgers and Brisket at Three Locations
In 2021, the Colorado Cattlemen’s Association promoted a Meat-in Day in Colorado in response to Governor Polis’ announced Meat-out Day the same year. Meat-in Day has continued each year since in order to bring awareness to the sustainability and long-lasting economic impact agriculture has on Colorado’s economy. The Colorado Cattlemen’s Association encourages Coloradans to take advantage of this opportunity, enjoy what your community has to offer from local organizations, ranchers and restaurants, while meeting with family and friends for a meat meal. Agriculture generates 47-million dollars to the Delta County economy on an annual basis.
What Would The Ideal Bachelorette Party In Montrose Look Like
I admit I've watched way too many seasons of the bachelor/bachelorette. There are actually only 4 couples still together out of 27 seasons. Trista and Ryan (season 1), Desiree and Chris (season 9), JoJo Fletcher and Jordan Rodgers (season 12), and Rachel Lindsay and Bryon season 16). So what would...
Local Motion: How local theaters are adapting in a world changed by COVID; the Egyptian Theater and Magic Circle Players on their upcoming shows this month
Cassie Knust and Taya Jae dive into local theater. Specifically, how the arts bolster our rural communities and how they’re adapting to survive in the wake of the pandemic. You’ll hear from the Egyptian Theater board president ahead of the Delta theater’s first live opera performance. That opens Saturday, March 25. Later on, you’ll hear from Taya Jae as she interviews two Magic Circle Players and the production’s director for their upcoming production of “Lost and Found in Ikea,” opening March 17.
Battle Mountain girls lacrosse rolls over Montrose 21-0
Roxy Surridge had a shutout and eight of her teammates scored twice or more as Battle Mountain rolled over Montrose 21-0 in Saturday morning girls lacrosse action. “We started a little slow, but once we got going, we dominated the ground ball battle, we were able to control the draws, we were patient on offense and we were getting good looks,” said head coach Mat Ballay, whose squad improved to 3-1 with the win. “There was a lot of off-ball movement, and so we saw a lot of people end up on the score sheet.”
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